Have you ever wondered why the file extension for Sass is .scss? I have. It never made sense to me why the file extension was just one letter off. Did someone make a mistake that just never got fixed? Did they want to be different from the other big css pre-compiler, Less, whose file extension is .less?

Well, for those of you who are like me and have wondered about this rather trivial piece of information, I now know ...

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Testing Django on Mobile Devices

Having your website optimized for mobile is essential these days, so you'll want to make sure your Django powered website or application is as well. Here's a quick tip for testing Django on any device.

  1. Find your computer's IP address by typing the following into a terminal:


    In the output, find the IP listed after "inet" inside the "en0" entry. That's your computer's IP address on your current network.

  2. Run your ...

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Lessons I Learned in School for Web Development

Earlier this week marked my 1 year anniversary of graduating from college. Like most things in life, it seems weird that it's already been that long. I took some time to reflect on what I'd learned during the 5 years I was in school, and thought I would share some of the things I found to be highly beneficial.

Lesson 1: Take learning into your own hands

I had a professor who on the first ...

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